My Kitchen Rules Carly Cheung Uses New Found Fame For Good Rather Than Evil
Popular My Kitchen Rules contestant Carly Cheung is putting her new found reality TV fame to good use. Instead of milking it to extend her allotted five minutes, to try and get a record contract or on another reality TV show she has teamed up with Melbourne Citymission to be the face of a new fundraising campaign for a section of society that are difficult to raise funds for.
Though for the record it would be great to see boyfriend Rocco who she met on My Kitchen Rules, and her on The Amazing Race Australia. They would make a great newly dating couple team.
She is the fundraising for a unique program that pairs former female offenders with abandoned dogs. Good on her for aligning herself with a charity that some might think could damage her brand and supporting people who generally are forgotten within our society and hard to gain sympathy for.
More information below:
Carly Cheung, one half of 7’s ‘My Kitchen Rules’ Victorian sister team has been snapped up as the face of a new Melbourne Citymission fundraising campaign. The campaign will focus on driving donations to fund ‘Mates for Inmates’, a unique program which pairs female offenders with abandoned dogs. Promising to ‘Change a life, save a dog’, the Mates for Inmates campaign will be launched on 30th April.Carly, who is a practicing vet when she isn’t cooking up a storm with sister Emily on the top rating show, is a natural choice as the campaign champion and was thrilled to be involved in such a wonderful cause. “Mates for Inmates is such a great concept, looking out for our fellow humans as well as our canine friends. I am so happy to be a part of this wonderful cause”.
When details on how to donate to campaign emerge I will put it on the blog.